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Please click here for the full job description: Special Events and Fundraising Internship Fall 2014
SPECIAL EVENTS DUTIES:
EVENT PREPARATION AND EXECUTION
- Project management including assistance in preparation and logistics leading to Hollings Cancer Center fundraising events with such tasks as committee meetings, mailings, phone calls, etc.
- Essential in assisting with managing event acquisitions for auctions and donor acknowledgements
- Create pieces for promotion and awareness for events- both print and online
- Key member of assisting with online presence in social media outlets
- Assist in maintaining volunteer contact list and communications with volunteers
- Recruit volunteers for Hollings Cancer Center fundraising events
- Develop job responsibilities and train volunteers for various fundraising events.
- Work with Hollings Cancer Center staff and event organizers to develop volunteer needs and responsibilities
- Develop an introduction and training guide for all volunteer opportunities
- As scheduling permits, supervise and manage volunteers at the following fundraising events
- Intern will serve as the volunteers’ point of contact at events
Cardinal Scholars is an in-home and online tutoring marketplace that gives exceptional tutors affiliated with top universities the chance to be matched with elementary, middle, and high school students in need of additional academic support. We now offer our services in your area and seek tutors who meet the following criteria:
· Are fantastic mentors and have a love of learning.
· Are academically curious and intelligent.
· Attend or have graduated from College of Charleston as either an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student.
By creating a profile you have the opportunity to be matched with a client if your services are requested! It doesn’t take long to apply and create a profile and be part of our community.
If requested by a client, the benefits of working with us include:
· Freedom to set your own schedule (we expect you to be taking classes yourself!).
· Competitive compensation ranging from $15 – $35 per hour.
· Get to know great families from the community who will really appreciate your help.
· Choose to tutor any time of the year in different locations, i.e. you can tutor in your home town during vacations and in your college town during the school year. You can update your tutoring “home base” at any time!
Coming on board as a tutor is not a guarantee of tutoring work, but offers the opportunity to be considered for an assignment if we receive a tutoring request in your area for in person tutoring and/or around the country for online tutoring.
We hope you become part of our education platform and join tutors from institutions such as Harvard, Berkeley, Stanford, and now College of Charleston!
Here’s the full posting online: http://bit.ly/1jJzHps.
This internship is a great fit for someone looking to gain in depth experience working at the intersection of communications, technology, HIV, and policy.
Here’s what we’re looking for:
- Excellent writer
- Well versed in digital and online technology (e.g. social media, blogs, etc.)
- Strong interest in HIV and viral hepatitis work
- Passionate about working with disproportionately impacted communities such as Black SGL/gay and bisexual men
The intern will work on a range of communications projects including supporting the redesign our website, assessing how health departments are using technologies such as text messaging and apps like Grindr for public health interventions, and marketing for a new technical assistance center for Black SGL/gay and bisexual men.
Time Commitment: We’re looking for someone who can commit at least 4-5 months or one semester.
Location: Washington, DC
Communications Manager Position
Here’s the full posting online: http://bit.ly/1nXuLxQ.
This position will support the coordination of communications activities (e.g. digital campaigns, publications, etc.) for a new national technical assistance resource center of best practices and effective models for healthcare providers to screen, diagnose, link, and retain Black men who have sex with men (BMSM) in HIV clinical care.
This position is a good fit for someone who has experience working at the intersection of communications, technology, HIV prevention and care, and policy.
Here’s what we’re looking for:
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience with communicating health messages and interventions (both clinical and non-clinical) reaching Black men who have sex with men (BMSM)
- Demonstrated knowledge of digital platforms, branding, marketing, and multimodal dissemination of a large-scale public health campaign across diverse audiences
- Experience with HIV prevention and care programs and policy
- Experience working with disproportionately impacted communities such as Black SGL/gay and bisexual men
Salary: $55 – $75,000, commensurate with experience
Location: Washington, DC
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Date: June 2014
JOB TITLE: Community Resource Coordinator
BENEFITS: Benefit package includes health coverage, dental, disability, and paid leave.
SUPERVISOR: Director of Health Promotion
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 12-month full-time position
The Community Resource Coordinator serves as the back bone for health promotion at Fight Colorectal Cancer. This role is responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of patient education campaigns nationwide. This unique and dynamic position provides hands on experience writing, blogging, and producing webinars, coordinating photo shoots, and being a part of an energetic team. The Community Resource Coordinator works directly to empower colorectal cancer patients, their families, caregivers and health professionals through supportive discussion and the delivery of high quality cancer related information. As such, successful candidates for this position MUST be emotionally intelligent and have strong oral and written communication skills. This position requires strong project management, time management, and communications skills, reporting directly to the Director of Health Promotion. The Community Resource Coordinator is responsible for the planning, coordination, and implementation of patient related services and initiatives at the local level and national level.
Primary responsibilities are:
- To develop and manage a portfolio of specialists and survivorship services to support patients, survivors, and their families affected by colorectal cancer
- To build, foster and maintain relationships with external stakeholders – health and social care partners, service providers, celebrities, politicians, and community development networks and alliances.
- To initiate, facilitate and support the building of networks with community organizations, volunteers, and coordinate the medical advisory board (MAB).
- To represent Fight CRC at appropriate speaking engagements, conferences and events, in local and national media to promote services and raise awareness about the organization.
- To works with volunteers on local community events and awareness activities to ensure effective recruitment, placement, orientation and development of volunteers in accordance with established goals and objectives.
- To coordinate, write, and develop an online resource for patients to include fact sheets, blogs, survivors’ stories, social media, and updates to the website year around.
- To acts as a program resource by providing information about Fight CRC programs to medical networks, alliances, volunteers, and the public.
- To provide project management and contact management support for community events and activities.
- Works independently.
- Works as part of multidisciplinary team.
- Some evening and weekend work required.
- 25-35% travel is required.
- Responds to inquiries from the general public (in person, on phone or via e-mail).
- Tight deadlines.
- Multiple reporting relationships.
- Works with confidential issues and data.
- Multiple priorities and interaction with many clients.
Education and/or Experience
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Commensurate job experience and experience working for a health or disease-related organization will be considered.
- Successful experience writing grants and securing major gifts.
- Candidate will need to be self-starter, accountable to the tasks while able to work on own with limited supervision, must be a team player and work with others even via remote systems ( Google+ / SKYPE )
- Time management skills and compliance to deadlines
- Computer skills and comfortable with use of Social Media and core applications including:
- Microsoft Office
- Google Apps
- Word Press
- Web Browsers ( Chrome, Firefox, IE )
- As required by supervisor, other duties assigned related to program
The peer-to-peer team member will assist in the overall sales plan for meal plans and declining balance by actively engaging parents and students during the College’s orientation process as well as other sales and research opportunities as they arise throughout the semester. Reports to Marketing Manager, with daily responsibilities to include:
– Helps achieve meal plan sales goals throughout the school orientation and move-in-process via tabling, dining events, and supporting the business office.
– Acts as a Dining Ambassador by communicating details of meal plans, declining balance accounts, advantages for eating on campus, payment options, and general information about Dining Services. Interact with parents, families and incoming students.
– Provides continuous support of dining activities by participation in dining events, meal plan / declining balance campaigns, secret shops, intercept survey and DiningStyles data collection and solici ting student feedback.
Qualifications: Strong Communication Skills, Sales, Effective Collaboration, Enthusiasm
Days-per-week: Position is from Aug. 4- Aug. 29 *with possibilities for special event hours during the fall semester *also possibilities for returning for spring semester. Dates: January 5 – January 30. (tentatively)
If interested send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply in person at Dining Office in Craig Hall. Stop at front office, see Rachel or Pam. If you have any questions feel free to call Brittany Collins, Marketing Manager at 953-5354.
The Marketing & PR department at Charleston Magazine is seeking communications interns to work directly with the Manager of PR & Marketing to assist in creating marketing campaigns and events for the magazines and Charleston Community. You will be working with the creative team of Gulfstream’s family who produce publications, blogs, and events including: Charleston Magazine, Charleston Grit, Charleston Fashion Week, Charleston Magazine Club, Charleston Weddings, Grand Strand, WNC (Western North Carolina) and House Calls. Opportunities include, but are not limited to: assisting with marketing & PR campaigns, attending PR events, and assisting in production of events. This is a great opportunity to build your skills and work with a company that has regional and national recognition. Must have a positive attitude, the desire to be in a fast-paced environment and the drive to learn and improve your skills. Must have working knowledge of the following: Microsoft Office, Adobe, and social media sites such as Twitter & Facebook. Please send resumes and inquires to Angharad Chester-Jones (Angharad@charlestonmag.com).